This is a great campground at a reasonable rate. The only two negatives on amenities and facilities are the fact that the a/c isn't working in the bathhouse and that there is no WIFI available which is becoming more important, lately. There is a great balance between the rustic look and feel of the lake setting, the gravel / sand roads, log cabin buildings and the modern conveniences of concrete pads and full hook-ups. I will most certainly be back, maybe for longer stays, in the future. **NOTE** When coming from the south, using I-95N, you can no longer turn left at exit 58 to get on 295 bypass. While exit 58 is still the best exit to use, you must turn right and within 500 feet there is a wide u-turn area that can easily be used to turn a big rig. Also, when traveling down 295S, do not take exit 28 for Hwy 401, but instead, go another 3 miles to Exit 25B (McArthur Rd North) where you have an easy merge and 3/4 of a mile to get into the left lane to turn on Honeycutt Rd. This is much easier than driving on side streets.
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